A Massive Record-Breaking Quarter | 7 Key Points from Apple’s Q2 2022 Earnings Call
Apple has once again shattered even the most optimistic expectations with its quarterly earnings announcement, posting $93.7 billion in revenue.
That amount was exceeded only by last quarter’s Q1 2022 revenue, but of course, that’s the “holiday quarter,” so it understandably always generates more sales than any other single quarter.
On the other hand, Apple’s January–March quarter, which is considered the company’s “Q2,” is always interesting since it rarely encompasses any new products. Although last year’s Q2 2021 saw no major Apple product releases, Apple did have a few things to show us in March, but it’s hard to imagine that the pricey Mac Studio and poorly-selling 2022 iPhone SE added that much to the company’s bottom line.
Instead, what’s driving Apple’s revenue to new heights is the ongoing popularity of the iPhone 13 lineup and most of its other M1 Macs, plus of course, its ever-growing Services category. Read on for the 7 most interesting things from Apple’s Q2 2022 Earnings Call!